When asked if domestic spying was illegal, he answered slippery-ly by saying no, presidential privilege, etc. Then asked directly about whether or not he broke a 1978 law that forbids domestic spying, he said, "that law is from 1978. This is 2006. It's a different world."
Huh, I just learned something new: If a law is more than 28 years old, you can ignore it.
I should go look into this! I bet I could steal cars and claim "Executive Privilege: Hey, the prez is doing it, why can't I?"
Gee-sus. If you're one of the people who elected this man, I hope you're ashamed.
Seriously, though: This is huge. Bush admitted that he doesn't need to obey laws that are only 28 years old. That means he certainly won't see a need to obey laws that are, say, a couple hundred of years old. Or any of the amendments to it. And so on. What a fine example he sets for our children!